Finding Her Father a Bride: Mail Order Brides of Nebraska

Finding Her Father a Bride: Mail Order Brides of Nebraska

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After the death of his wife at the hands of Indians, Scott Kittson becomes a shell of the man he once was. In a desperate attempt to save her father from overwhelming grief, his eldest daughter Katie decides to place an advert for a Mail Order Bride. Adelia Waterhouse has just lost her mother and will soon be tossed out on the street. Being half Indian, she is often mistreated or maligned. Her only hope of escape is to become a Mail Order Bride. Despite his outburst at his daughter's meddling, Scott allows Adelia to stay on as his housekeeper and the caregiver for his young twins. With time, a connection between the two-a grieving single father and a woman who has nothing to her name-begins to form. But when Scott discovers Adelia's heritage, everything unravels. Adelia fears Scott will never overlook her ancestry. Will she end up on the streets back in New York, after all?

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    Finding Her Father a Bride: Mail Order Brides of Nebraska Reviews

  • Brigitte

    Too sweet for meI was hopeful that this book would have some spice to it, at least some sensuality to the story, but I was wrong. I won't go into to much detail about the book, but the plot would have...

  • Earlene Click

    Scott and AdeliaThis is a Mail Order Bride tale with a twist. It is a sweet, exciting and a little adventurous and loving story. The story was written by Susannah Calloway and she has done an exceptio...

  • Glaidene Ramsey

    Mail Order Bride Romance The person looking for a wife in this story is the oldest daughter of this household. Her mother died sometime ago. Her father's mourning period was extended. To help him she ...

  • gary c lehn

    Great Story......I have been enjoying reading this adventure and and story of a woman who when her mother dies, becomes a Mail Order Bride. A very in tense store, well written, enjoyable....

  • Wilma K. Campbell

    Great book!...

  • Charlie Knipper

    Wonderful love. The daughter loved her family enough take chance and was so Happy the father realized his mistake...

  • irene mayle

    How things change Enjoyed this great book ,so the daughter knowed the loneliness the father felt .and the twins needed a mother they were young.Sarah e man's money not him....

  • Janet Langley

    This was such a great book. New Author for me. Will be reading more of her books. Just couldn't it down. ...